Inspiration Storytelling Tower Defense Games Explained

Tower Defense Games Explained

Have you ever tried explaining a concept you know very well, to someone who didn’t even know it existed up to a few seconds ago? It’s a lot trickier than you’d think!
“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”. This is a great misattributed Einstein quote, which I take to heart with any of my data analysis and insights presentations. If you don’t understand what you’re talking about, and are just spouting out observations and numbers, you can’t get to those crucial and valuable insights that are most the important to everyone.

To to hone my storytelling muscles I decided to tackle a topic I know very well and crafted a story that introduces it to people who have no idea about it; Tower Defense game. Check out the video here, let me know what you think and give it a like whilst you’re there.

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